It is likely that many episodes of Depression do not receive or need treatments. However there are a range of effective treatments especially were Depression endures. Most commonly used treatment is by antidepressants. The choice of those that work is large. In our reviews and bulletins we talk about these in depth.
There are also treatments like the use of psychology or talking that are effective such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Behavioural activation, interpersonal therapy and self help problem solving.
Plum: Antidepressants do not give you a ‘high’ (No primary rewarding properties), don’t show addiction or tolerance and have mild withdrawal symptoms.
While we are keen to ensure that you understand and recover from depression. It is also possible that some people are interested in learning more about natural remedies that may help physical health and in turn have an impact on your mental health.
There is also some information on St John’s Wort a remedy that others have found helpful in Depression.
To be in the know, look at what Dr Nicole Apelian is suggesting.
PLEASE DO YOUR ON RESEARCH BEFORE USING ANY OF THESE REMIDIES and ALWAYS CONSULT A DOCTOR OR HEALTH SPECIALIST.